Ethermon, the classic Pokemon-style blockchain game that started its journey in 2017, is now preparing for the native token sale.
After securing the support of over 30 companies, Ethermon is restarting everything and getting ready to develop an ecosystem full of Mons, the main creatures of the game.
The sale will take place on the Polkastarter website, an IDO platform similar to Kickstarter but for crypto-based projects.
IDO (Initial Dex Offering) is similar to an IEO or an ICO*, but on the blockchain, a decentralized system for crowdfunding projects.
In total, 2 Million $EMON tokens will be allocated for the sale at the price of $0.10 (ten cents) per token. The sale will occur on May 18th, 2021 for white-listed users, learn here how to get white-listed, although this won’t guarantee your seat.
Ethermon In-Game Economy.
Minted on Ethereum, $EMON is an ERC-20 token that will fuel the play-to-earn ecosystem of Ethermon.
The total supply is 400 Million tokens, with 30% reserved for in-game earnings.
Ethermon will use two currencies in the game.
- MARKS: off-chain currency to purchase common items and to use inside the game.
- EMON: Holding benefits and access to premium, unique and rare content.
Players can use Emon for actions such as purchasing and upgrading virtual space PvP Tournaments entry, Gym battles, upgrade Meta, acquiring rare items, and buying all kinds of valuable assets such as Mons, Asset packs, and cosmetics.
How to Earn $EMON?
Alright, true blockchain gamers always pay attention to the ‘play to earn’ factor. Here are some basic ways to earn $EMON.
- Earn by completing adventures, gym battles, and quests.
- Collect in-game assets/MARKS -> Craft NFTS -> Burn for EMON/Sell
- Set up a store, or even a franchise, and sell in-game items.
- Win in tournaments.
EMONT to Emon Convert.
If you happen to have EMONT tokens, a snapshot took place on April 19th, 2021, and the migration process will start after the token generation event.
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